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User Projects / Code Examples / Re: Powering the TinyDuino
« on: October 05, 2015, 06:19:12 AM »
I am still relatively new to the world of electronics in regards to voltage, amperage, etc. I have been using the arduino for about a year now, and was looking for something a little more unique, and this was the perfect thing. I bought the starter kit, and the LE bluetooth shield and decided that I was going to make a little quadrotor.

I obviously will not be able to power 4 pager motors at 3v and 18 mAh each with a single watch battery. I have been looking at different micro LiPo batteries and trying to figure out what I need.

Questions:

1. How kind of battery would I need to power these motors (Does it need to output 54mAh and 12v?)
2. where can I obtain said battery.
3. How would I recharge said  battery.
4. Could I power the tiny duino and Bluetooth LE module with it?

The answer to your queries is here. The LiPo batteries are the best one to use in the projects on which you are working.
They have a wide range of the Current and Voltage, and it can easily meet your requirement. These are easily available. For the recharging purpose of these batteries they have the special charger.
And ofcourse you can power your TinyDuino and Bluetooth module with this battery.

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